Berezovsky: the pressure of the General Prosecutor's Office is nothing but blackmail

Commenting on his summons to the General Prosecutor's Office, business tycoon Boris Berezovsky, stated that "he was ready for imprisonment because he indulged in politics in Russia", the Echo of Moscow radio reports. He stressed: "when I'm put on trial under political articles, which, in my opinion, have not been introduced in the Criminal Code yet, then signs of a political case will become evident." He noted that the pressure of the General Prosecutor's Office on him was nothing but blackmail. All the attempts to accuse him of being involved in the Aeroflot case seem ungrounded. According to Berezovsky, he has neither worked for Aeroflot nor possessed any shares in the company. As for his summons, Berezovsky thinks that the General Prosecutor's Office will not be impartial to him due to the president's order "to stir up cases against oligarchs".

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